‘You managed to present that group of irreligious, uncivilised and unenlightened folk as a coherent, well-disciplined and musical ensemble. What magic!!! Please thank them all for their wonderful contribution to the concert.’ Sue Capper, making light of the informal definition of the word heathens from dictionary.com
'Thank you Deb and all of the Heathens who sang so beautifully last night. So many great comments from all of the audience - you certainly started the BANC AGM with a flourish! Your enthusiasm was more than measurable'. Adrienne
President BANC Committee.
Upcoming Events 2018
Fri 26 October Blackheath art show 50th anniversary, opening night performance, 8pm Phillips Hall
Sat 8 Dec Blackheath Golf Club 6.30-8.30pm, with Canon Fodder, http://www.christinewheeler.net.au/canon-fodder.html.
Sun 9 Dec with Blue Mountains City Band, St Hilda’s Church, 2pm. In support of Blue Mountains Refugee Support Group
Completed in 2018:
Fri April 6 Social night with Phoenix, bush dance with Inland Navigators.
Sat 12 May Blackheath Day, Memorial Park, Blackheath
Sat 26 May Mt Victoria great train weekend
Sun June 17 Concert for Blue Mountains Refugee Support Group – ‘Singing for a New Beginning’
Wed June 20 Morven Gardens
24-6 August Blackheath Choir Festival
Sun 9 Sept Rydal Daffodil Festival
Sat 29 Sept Leura Gardens Festival, Waldorf Gardens
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Join us at Rydal to celebrate Spring! Thousands of daffodils have been planted in the parks and gardens of Rydal, just west of the Blue Mountains. Daffodils at Rydal 2018 will take place over the two weekends of 8/9 September … Continue reading
We all know the wonderful benefits of singing – especially with others…but did you know that it can trigger memories in those who struggle to remember? This is a very interesting article… http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-12/singing-triggers-memories-for…/10106328
Here we are at term 3 already! And we are gearing up for the 2018 Blackheath Choir Festival in August. Can hardly wait to mingle with all those other choristers from around NSW. Visit the website for more info and … Continue reading
Thank you to the Blue Mountains community who came out in the freezing cold weather last Sunday to see and listen to the fabulous Spooky Men Chorale. The Heathens felt very privileged to be the support act to these great … Continue reading
2pm Sunday 17th June 2018 – Blackheath Community Hall For a stupendous Sunday afternoon’s entertainment, come to this concert hosted by The Heathens community choir and featuring the Spooky Men’s Chorale. The Spooky Men have a CV as long as your … Continue reading
Term 2 has begun and we are busy rehearsing for the first of three performances this term. First up is Blackheath Day on Saturday 12 May. Come and celebrate this beautiful town we live in and listen to us sing!